I saw these lamps the other day at Ikea, thought they looked awesome and futuristic. They open and close easily and reminds me a little of gadgets from Star Wars. David Wahl designed them a few years back – I haven’t seen them until now.
It was really misty this morning and the light was incredible – tried to capture it while the buss drove past Bryggen. Skyley’s SW Friday
We’ve been down to Grønskjæret a few times this weekend to try to catch some fish to Findus but without any luck. Are there fish left in the ocean? They didn’t even nibble! Maybe we need to try a different place next time. Maybe Kvernevika, we usually get fish there – the downside is
A walk to the beach, before the weather turned bad again.
After a few days at Hemsedal we went to continue the easter at Austevoll.
I love trams, heres a frew I saw in Zagreb, Croatia. The first tram appeared in Zagreb in 1891, today we see everything from old Czech Tatra Cars to new locally produced ones. Only Zagrab and Osijek has trams in Croatia. Its very efficient, you don’t have to wait long before a new one arrives.
When our government posted a cozy Instagram baking ginger F35-fighters people went crazy calling it blasphemy. At the same time Obama requested help from Norway in Syria – so I took the liberty of creating a christmas greeting to Obama: https://twitter.com/oyvindlh/status/674168862640852993 Here is the original F35: Julebaksten i @kampfly_no er i gang! #F35 #kampfly
When patents crash: Getting to your creditcard is more and more difficult.
I envy people who live in parts where ISS once in a while is visible to the eye. The space station has orbited between 330 to 435km up since 2000 and has been manned all the time since then. On November 1st The International Space Station was visible from New Zealand, Tim set out to